Lot 204 - 2014 Harley-Davidson Softail Breakout CVO
|Odometer reading||4 miles|
|Result||Sold - £21,280|
Harley-Davidson CVO (for Custom Vehicle Operations) motorcycles are a family of models created by Harley-Davidson for the factory custom market. For every model year since the program's inception in 1999, Harley-Davidson has chosen a small selection of its motorcycle models and created limited-edition customizations of those platforms with larger-displacement engines, more expensive paint designs, and additional accessories not found on the mainstream models. Although CVO models carry a higher manufacturer's retail price than the models from which they are derived buyers are generally keen to purchase these limited edition motorcycles.
This stunning Harley Davidson is a 2014 model although it was registered on 8th November 2016 to avoid complications regarding the Euro 4 bike regulations. The vendor has kept the motorcycle as part of his private collection and whilst he has started the bike occasionally it has not been ridden, hence the delivery mileage of four miles. Finished in the stunning colour combination of Molten Silver and Black Diamond with forged iron graphics. When launched there was an 18 month waiting list for these highly desirable machines, this is thought to be the only one available with delivery mileage. With an 1800cc engine and enough chrome to keep even the most enthusiastic owner busy, this Softail Breakout CVO is delightfully handsome and is a perfect motorcycle for the serious collector.
Previous lotLot 203 - 1963 Matchless 350cc
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